The traditional classroom design that many educators experienced when they were in school, was sufficient when lecturing was the primary method of instruction. But over the last few decades, the nature of teaching has changed dramatically—and the design of classrooms is evolving. Learn how K-12 leaders can create dynamic spaces that improve instruction.
How cinema quality projection is an affordable option for boardrooms, classrooms and more
Research suggests that 70% of Americans recall digital video displays they’ve seen for a full month. This is true not only in advertising but also in houses of worship. Digital signage is giving houses of worship new ways to connect to their congregations, across the country and around the world. Read on for more digital signage trends for houses of worship in this NEC byline.
In this fast-paced world, it’s not always possible to get everyone in the same room at the same time. Most people already use social media and video-calling apps to connect with faraway friends and family, and these technologies are playing increasing roles in business collaboration, too. Read more about how collaboration is transforming business in this NEC whitepaper.
Corporate collaboration technology is an enormous market. But integrators need to stay focused on their main mission: to meet and exceed the expectations of their clients. In order to do that, the integrator, client and end users need to be on the same page. Test your corporate collaboration technology knowledge with these True or False questions.
LED monitors may have brought better image quality, but they also introduced flickering as a side effect of managing brightness. NEC offers many models with low blue light and flicker free certifications, as they have become increasingly important.
Digital signage can enable restaurant operators to engage with customers, keep people in the stores longer and generally boost sales — but only if the screens are on. While the graphics and the ability to update menu items can be impressive, a digital menu board that displays nothing can drive away hungry patrons. Read this NEC whitepaper for more information on how to create redundancy to avoid downtime.
"Pay now or pay later” might be the advice for buying anything from kitchenware to appliances. By paying more for a higher quality product up front, businesses can avoid having to replace or repair the item later — and save money in the long run. Read this digital signage NEC byline for more information explaining how future-proofing now, may save in the end.
As educators struggle with classroom engagement and collaboration, active learning classrooms can help create engaging, collaborative spaces. Learn more about active learning spaces in this NEC whitepaper.
Keeping projectors and other cinema equipment up and running is a primary concern. If you own a Series 1 or an early Series 2 projector, you may already be facing worrisome cost of ownership issues. Read this NEC byline to better understand the risks and next steps for a worry free experience.
Learning in the digital age has become more mobile, social and technologically rich. This shift has big implications for classroom design. See how Higher education institutions are adapting in this byline.
Static menu boards are on the decline as foodservice operators upgrade to digital signage solutions. See how operators are looking to these state-of-the-art digital displays to help them compete in this whitepaper.
Schools are increasingly moving toward personalized learning programs. Tailoring the experience to individual students promises better academic outcomes. See how technology plays a leading role in making personalized learning possible in this byline.
Learn how to keep your congregation engaged and your projectors running efficiently with this helpful guide.
In an industry in which competition is fierce and customer expectations are high, every hospitality business faces the challenges of improving the customer experience. Read how you can measure the ROI of your digital signage to help improve that experience.